Recent Submissions

  • Write from the Heart: An Interview with Brian Wrixon, a Poet from Canada 

    Ajit Kumar; Brian Wrixon (2015-01-16)
    Brian Wrixon, a poet, was born in 1946 in Toronto, Canada. He graduated from Laurentian University in Canada with a degree in Classical Studies, and is a former faculty member, online curriculum design consultant and program ...
  • A Bosnian refugee who became a great story-teller: Adnan Mahmutovic on what drives him as a person and author 

    Mahmutovic, Adnan; Sharma, Sunil (2015-01-16)
    Adnan Mahmutovic is fast becoming a literary phenomenon across the Anglophonic world, courtesy a strong narrative voice that is unique and spotlights the human endurance in most extreme conditions, including war, ethnic ...
  • Ventriloquism Days: In Conversation with David Mathew 

    David Farrer; David Mathew (2015-01-16)
    David Mathew is the author of three novels – O My Days, Creature Feature, and most recently Ventriloquists – and a volume of short stories entitled Paranoid Landscapes. His wide areas of interest include psychoanalysis, ...
  • Interview with Jim Crace 

    Jim Crace; Sameerah Mahmood (2015-01-16)
    Jim Crace was born in Hertfordshire in 1946 and is the author of 11 novels. This interview took place on 10 July 2013. Before becoming a novelist, he worked as a freelance journalist, and wrote educational plays and a ...
  • B.S. Johnson and Maureen Duffy: Aspiring Writers: A Conversation with Maureen Duffy 

    Maureen Duffy; Melanie Seddon (2015-01-16)
    Maureen Duffy and B.S. Johnson met at King’s College London in 1956 when they both enrolled to read for a degree in English Literature. They became friends and colleagues through their contributions to Lucifer, the college ...
  • It's Just Thought You Know': An Interview with Ken Bolton 

    Taylor Johnson, Heather; Bolton, Ken (2015-01-16)
    Ken Bolton is iconic, as far as Australian poets go, yet he remains a figure somewhat on the outer. For instance, he was not included in the comprehensive Australian Poetry since 1788, yet it was noted in the Australian ...
  • Interview with Canadian Poet and Playwright Henry Beissel 

    Heide Fruth-Sachs; Henry Beissel (2015-01-16)
    Over the past two years Henry Beissel has been invited to more than 20 German (and Polish) universities for readings. He has the ability to make people love demanding literature; in fact the students of the Canadian ...
  • Interview with Robin Robertson, Random House, London, 10 January 2011 

    Naomi, Katrina; Robertson, Robin (2015-01-16)
    Robin Robertson has published five collections of poetry: A Painted Field, Slow Air, Swithering, The Wrecking Light and Hill of Doors, as well as Sailing the Forest: Selected Poems. Robertson (born 1955) was brought up on ...